Carl Sweat IV
PhD Candidate, Graduate Teaching Assistant
|Department:||English Language and Literature
College of Arts and Sciences
BA in English (Oglethorpe University); MA in Literary Studies (Georgia State University)
Major: 20th century British literature, Minor: Marxist theory.
Carl Sweat IV, MA, is a 5th year PhD Candidate studying 20th century British literature and Marxist theory with additional interests in feminist theory. Sweat is currently writing his doctoral dissertation, which analyzes the role of working-class women in bildungsromane set during the General Strike of 1926 and the Miners’ Strike of 1984/5. In 2017, he presented a conference paper during the Conference on John Milton, held by the University of Alabama at Birmingham.